The Duggar sisters Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard will reveal it all before Fox News host Megyn Kelly. In the upcoming interview, the Duggar sisters admitted that they were molested by their brother Josh.
"They don't have a right to do this. We're victims. They can't do this to us," an emotional Jill told Kelly, while expressing her dismay over the global media attention the family received after the sexual abuse scandal came to light.
"The system that has set up to protect kids -- both those who make stupid mistakes or have problems like this in their life -- and the ones that are affected by those choices, it's just ... it's greatly failed," added Jessa, who is four months pregnant with her first child.
Meanwhile, after Wednesday's interview with Fox News, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have been accused of lying to Kelly about their son's sex scandal.
The couple said that they completely cooperated with the police during the 2006 investigation, but InTouch points out: "Jim Bob refused to produce Josh for a police-requested interview and stopped cooperating with the probe."
The parents of 19 children also told Fox News that they were not legally required to report their son's actions. Where as the magazine claimed that they spoke with an Arkansas law professor, who believed that the parents could have gone jail for their mistake.
"It is possible that investigators looking into this case could have cited the parents Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar with Arkansas Code 5-27-221 'Permitting Abuse of a Minor.' Having once learned of the behavior, they recklessly allowed it to continue. This crime is a class D felony because the abuse consisted of sexual contact with a minor. The maximum penalty for permitting this type of abuse under Arkansas Code 5-4-401 is six years imprisonment and a $10,000 fine," Law professor Michael Johnson told InTouch.
On 5 June, Fox network will air another one-hour Kelly File special episode filmed at the Duggar home in Arkansas.
You can watch Jessa and Jill's interview live online on Fox News' official website by clicking here.